European Art Tour

Annual Two-Week Trip of Art Across Europe

European Art Tour

The European Art Tour is an annual two-week trip to one or more European destinations for the purpose of seeing great art. We take a maximum of 12 students and two faculty and we visit major art galleries, museums, and architectural sites as well as iconic local sites and fun local color. We stay in hotels, eat in restaurants, and have a great time. The cost of this trip is greatly subsidized so it is a real bargain. Typical locations include Paris, Amsterdam, London, Rome, Venice, Florence, Madrid, and Barcelona, but every year is different.

EAT 2016

Come on the summer 2016 trip to Paris!

In June 2016 the European Art tour will feature a two week trip to Paris and surrounding areas with the Andrus's, Peers, and Abbotts. We will focus on the major great museums and churches: Louvre, Orsay, l’Orangerie, Notre Dame, Sainte Chapelle, Sacre Couer, Montmarte area, Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, and Rodin Museum. We will take day trips to Chartres and Giverny, the home of Monet’s Waterlilies (which you will view at l’Orangerie).  And then 2-3 days in eastern France region of Colmar and possibly a day into Switzerland! The dates will be June 1-13 (with a day or two variable). The $2100 fee includes EVERYTHING except for souvenirs. It is the trip of a lifetime!

To sign-up, come get a form in the Art West offices. Apply soon, slots are filling up quickly!

2015 European Art Tour 

In the summer of 2015, students toured Madrid, Toledo, Barcelona, Monsterrat, and Sevilla. Learn more about the 2015 European Art Tour.

Previous European Art Tours

2014: Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Salzburg, Munich

2013 European Art Tour

2013: Paris, Brugge, Amsterdam

2012 European Art Tour

2012: England 

2011 European Art Tour

2011: Italy

2010 European Art Tour 

2010: Barcelona & London

2009 European Art Tour

2009: Amsterdam, Paris, London

2008 European Art Tour 

2008: England

2007 European Art Tour

2007: Italy

2006: Amsterdam, Brugges, London

2005: London & Paris

2004: Florence, Italy

2003: London, England

2002: Paris, France

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